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2018 Midterms

VIDEO: Mormon Mitt Romney Invested In Fetus-Dumping Company

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Utah Senate candidate Mitt Romney was heavily invested in Stericycle, the company that long disposed of fetuses after they were killed at Planned Parenthood clinics and other abortion centers around the country. Considering this information, we should probably investigate Mitt Romney’s actual beliefs. Is he a Christian, or is Mormonism something different entirely?

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Big League Politics’ Luke Rohlfing reported Monday:

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U.S. Senate candidate, and former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney has pledged to oppose President Trump if he is elected. This comes after President Trump gave Romney his endorsement, something that many of his supporters were unsure of…

In an op-ed penned for the The Salt Lake Tribune, Romney found his inner liberal, and trashed President Trump while putting himself on a pedestal as an independent voice. Romney stated his opposition to Trump’s decision to leave the globalist transpacific partnership, as well as the President’s “fair trade” belief in tariffs on countries that are ripping off America.

Romney even expended an entire paragraph to virtue signal and race-bait, stating that he will oppose Trump every time he “does something which is divisive, racist, sexist, anti-immigrant, dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions.” The entire paragraph sounded like something you would find on Bernie Sander’s political literature, not in an op-ed penned by a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate.

 

 

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2018 Midterms

Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate Insults Voters: ‘This Primary About Who Can Be The Craziest’

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A bold strategy.

A candidate for governor in Georgia was caught on tape insulting voters this week, adding to mounting difficulties for his campaign.

“This primary felt like it was [about] who had the biggest gun, who had the biggest truck, and who could be the craziest,” said Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle on a recorded tape.

The recording was released by Cagle’s primary opponent, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

In a recording from the same conversation last month, Cagle could be heard pushing legislation he did not favor in order to deprive another political candidate of “millions of dollars of support.”

“They wanted that $100 million Student Scholarship Organizations,” Cagle said in the recording. “And, you know, I was the only guy standing in the way. Is it bad public policy? Between you and me, it is. I can tell you how it is a thousand different ways.”

President Donald J. Trump endorsed Cagle’s opponent Wednesday, adding to his problems.

“Brian Kemp is running for Governor of the great state of Georgia,” he said. “The Primary is on Tuesday. Brian is tough on crime, strong on the border and illegal immigration. He loves our Military and our Vets and protects our Second Amendment. I give him my full and total endorsement.”

The primary run-off is July 24.

Cagle’s office did not return a request for comment in time for publication.

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